Games between Ballinamallard and Ballymena have tended to be tight. And already at this stage of the season, this one has the air of a six pointer.
At the start of October Ballinamallard were second from bottom of the Danske Premier League with just five points, but now they’re up to eighth.
It’s has been a stop start couple of weeks for Ballinamallard United, but manager Whitey Anderson will have his boys on their toes for the visit of Glenavon this Saturday.
It’s the big one on Friday night. Every Ballinamallard United supporter will be hoping the Fermanagh club can take all three points against basement club Warrenpoint Town.
Ballinamallard United face Belfast’s big two in the next couple of week’s with a trip to the Oval first up.
There is no doubting Friday night’s Danske Premier League game against bottom side Warrenpoint Town is a big one, maybe the biggest of the season so far for Ballinamallard.
It’s yet another big weekend for Ballinamallard. This Saturday the Mallards travel to the northwest for a six pointer against Institute.
It was nippy winger Liam Martin who turned on a show at Ferney Park on Saturday to give Ballinamallard United three welcome points.